Missouri: A Guide to the "Show Me" State

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MISSOURI
A GUIDE TO THE "SHOW ME" STATE

Compiled by Workers of the Writers' Program of the Work Projects Administration in the State of Missouri

ILLUSTRATED

AMERICAN GUIDE SERIES

Sponsored by

The Missouri State Highway Department

DUELL, SLOAN AND PEARCE
NEW YORK

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Foreword v
  • Preface vii
  • Contents xi
  • Illustrations xv
  • Maps xvii
  • General Information xix
  • Calendar If Annual Events xxv
  • Part I - The General Background 1
  • People and Character 3
  • Land of Missouri 12
  • Archeology and Indians 29
  • History and Government 39
  • Agriculture 60
  • Industry, Commerce, and Lahor 74
  • Transportation 95
  • Newspapers and Radio 106
  • Religion 116
  • Sports and Recreation 126
  • Folklore and Folkways 131
  • Literature 140
  • The Theater 150
  • Music 158
  • Art and the Crafts 167
  • Achitecture 178
  • Part II Principal Cities 197
  • Cape Girardeau 199
  • Columbia 207
  • Hannibal 216
  • Jefferson City 225
  • Joplin 233
  • Kansas City 241
  • St. Charles 260
  • Ste. Genevieve 269
  • St. Joseph 282
  • St. Louis 293
  • Spring Field 329
  • Part III - Tours 337
  • Tour 1 339
  • Tour 1a 361
  • Tour 2 366
  • Tour 3 380
  • Tour 4 389
  • Tour 5 405
  • Tour 6 423
  • Tour 7 438
  • Tour 8 460
  • Tour 9 473
  • Tour 10 488
  • Tour 10a 508
  • Tour 11 520
  • Tour 12 529
  • Tour 13 533
  • Tour 14 544
  • Tour 15 552
  • Tour 15a 570
  • Part IV - Appendices 575
  • Missouri Chronology 577
  • A Selected Bibliography 596
  • Index 629
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